F1 Hungary Grand Prix - FanDuel Sportsbook Promo and Prediction
July 27, 2022
The Formula 1 race will continue to round 13 of the 2022 season closing the racing month in July. The race will be held at the Hungaroring circuit in Hungary this Sunday with 20 drivers set to race in the circuit. And one driver shows a really high chance of winning on this GP.
The reigning champion Max Verstappen is the fastest driver in F1 this season. He won the most GP among the other drivers in F1 at 8 out of 12 so far and lost twice only to being DNF in the early season. Verstappen's latest win was in the French GP on July 24 at 1:30:02.112 with Lewis Hamilton and George Russell trailing at second and third.
Verstappen is the favored driver in FanDuel moneyline odds at -105. Behind him is his closest competitor Leclerc is at +145.
Why bet on Verstappen?
✅ Verstappen won the previous French GP last Sunday.
✅ Verstappen is first in the F1 2022 season standings.
✅ Verstappen won the most GP this season among other drivers.
|When:||Sunday, July 31, 2022, 9:00 AM ET|
|Venue:||Hungaroring, Mogyoród, Hungary|
|Betting Pick:||Verstappen to win moneyline @ -105|
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What are the previous and the next GP after Hungary GP?
The latest GP held this season is the French GP and the next race after Hungary's is the Belgian GP.